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Eastern DistHd of Pennsylvania, to wit: 

B! II KEMEi\ BERFD, Thaton 
the twenty-third day (if June, in the 
^M^5^-^ loity-fourth year of tlie Independence 
of the United States of America. A. D. 1820. \n- 
thonv P. Heinri< h, of the said District, hath de- 
posited in this office tiie Title id" a Biok, the nglit 
whereof lie claims as Author, in the words follow- 
ing, to wit: 

** Tiie Western Minstrel. A Collection of Ori- 
♦• ginal Moral, Patiiotic and Sentimental Songs, 
♦* lor the Voice and I'iano Forte. Interspersed 
•' with Airs, Waltzes, &c. Composed, and re- 
•' spectfully dedicated to the Citizens of Phtla- 
" delphia. by A. P. Hcinrich. Opera Seconda.'' 

In conf irmity to the Act of the Congress of the 
United States, intituled, '* An Act for the En- 
couragement of Learning, hy securing the Co- 
pies of Maps. Charts, an<l Buoks, to the Authors 
and Pro|)rietors of such Copies, during the tunes 
thi-i-ein mentioned." — And also to the Act, enti- 
tled, "An Act supplementary to an Act, entitled, 
"An Act for the Encouragement of Learning. l)y 
securing ihe Copies of Maps, Charts, and Bonks, 
to tlie Authors and Projirietors of such Copi.-s, 
during the times therein mentioned," and extend- 
ing the Benefits thereof to the Arts of designing, 
engraving, and etching historical and other 
Prints." 

D. CVLDWRLL, 
Clerk of the hastern Diitrtct of i'eimsyivania. 



SACRED MELODY. 

From '^JVew England and other poems," 

By W. B. Tappan. 

There is an hour of peaceful reBt, 
To mourning wanderers given; 
There is a tear for souls distrest, 
A balm for every wounded breast— 
'Tis found above, in heaven. 

There is a soft, a downy bed, 
'Tis fair as breath of evenj 
A couch for weary mortals spread. 
Where they may rest the aching head> 
And find repose, in heaven. 

There is a home for weeping souls. 

By sin and sorrow driven, 
"When tost on life's tempestuous shoals, 
"Where storms arise and ocean rolls. 
And all is drear — 'tis heaven! 

There faith lifts up the tearful eye, 

The heart with anguish riven; 
And views the tempest passing by. 
The evening shadows quickly fly. 
And all serene — in heaven. 

There fragrant flow'rs immortal bloom 

And joys supreme are given, 
There rays divine disperse the gloom, 
Beyond the confines of the tomb. 
Appears the dawn of heaven! 




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While the willow weeps, for his agony. 
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A thousand more are on the field , 

Adieu, &c . 
With martial sounds the skies are fill'd , 

Adieu , &c . 
Then where is he so mean and shy, 
In woman's arms would trembling lie , 

Adieu, &c . 
When all for glory fly ! 

Huzza ! &c . 

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And where, young warrior dost thou fly? 

Adieu , &c 
With dauntless brow and eagle eye , 

Adieu, &c 
To meet the foe that fiercely comes , 
To spoil our fields and sacred homes , 

Adieu , &c 
I too for glory fly ! 

Huzza ! &c 



Our Country calls the Yager hears, 

Adieu , &c , 
We give her hope, and calm her fears. 

Adieu , &c . 
Then for the foe and leave behind. 

On its bleak sides the mountain wind , 
Adieu, &c , . - 

When we for glory fly ! 
Huzza ! &c 

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Where cannons dread their lightnings flash , 

Adieu, &c. 
And sword meets sWord in fearful crash , 

Adieu, &e. 
The Yager there still spurs his steed, 
Whilst 'neath his hoof the foe doth bleed. 

Adieu, &c . 
For we to glory fly I 

Hu?za! &c . 



But' now we pant for war's alarms. 

Adieu , &c 
To Love , and Beauty's twining arms 

Adieu , &c 

We go but in the dreadful fight , 

For us, dark dangers path you'll light, 

Adieu , &c 

For all to glory fly ! 
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N^otH — At tlie requist of many of hih friends, the Autlior publishes this Song in its present form: 
He. regrtts that the limits of thf piiscnt Work, would not allow tlir Original Embellishments , and the 
German Poetry; for which h« refers to'^Tlu- Dawning of IVIusic'l_ The foregoing translation is from 
the pen of his esteemed frieiif!, P. (wravson F.s(|. of BLirdstown. Ky . 




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From H<-aven,iii iil.liinest peace, 

Fjock down,d<:ir shade, on earthly W0(», 
Vht re >.ad rrf^rrt can never cease 

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He dreamt of his hoa>e,of his dear native bowers, 

And pleasure that waited on life's merry morn? 

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While Memory stood sideway. half covered with 

And restored every rose, but secreted its thorn . 



Tht n Fancy her magical pinions spread wide. 
And bade the young di^amer in exstacy rise, 
Where far, far behind him the green waters glide, 
And the cot of his forefathers blesses his eves . 



A Father bends o'er liini witli looksof dpligUt, 

His cheeks are impearled with a mother's, warm tear, 

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The heart of the sleeper beats high in his breast, 

Joy quickens his pulse all hardships seem o'er , 

Athrillof bright exstacy steals o'er his rest, 
"O God ! thou hast blessed me 1 ask for no more'.' 




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Oh let thise too, hi knowl«'d<;f share, 

From the waste mind let darknesf^ flee, 

Bid the briglil day-heani kindle tliei e , 

The lamp to iminortalitv! 
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Their solitude, nor ultt ranee kind, 

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Nature's pure aecent shall reveal 

Kmotions undefined yft dear. 

The tribute which the heart can feel. 

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Of iMiiocenoe shall rist',wliili' some 

Winged messenger , to GoD, shall bear 

The offering of the Deaf and Dumb ! 




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While sighs and blushes told him more, 
Than language e'er attempts to prove . 

They pledged their faith forever there, 
And blessed the hallowed spot serene j 
And now they rove the happiest pair. 



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